Mebs Kanji is an associate professor of political science at Concordia University. Antoine Bilodeau is an associate professor of political science at Concordia University. Thomas J. Scotto is a reader in government at the University of Essex.
Introduction: Four Decades of Canadian Election Studies / Mebs Kanji, Antoine Bilodeau, and Thomas J. Scotto Part 1: The Narrative 1 Point of Departure, 1965 / John Meisel 2 Theoretical Perspectives in the Canadian Election Studies / Mildred A. Schwartz 3 To Ann Arbor ... and Back: A Comparative Perspective on Election Studies / Lawrence LeDuc 4 Advancements in Methodology: A Recurring Process / Thomas J. Scotto, Mebs Kanji, and Antoine Bilodeau 5 The Relevance and Future of the Canadian Election Studies / Richard Johnston and Andre Blais Part 2: Taking Stock 6 An Overview of the Social Dimension of Vote Choice / Elisabeth Gidengil 7 Eclipse of Class: A Review of Demographic Variables, 1974-2006 / Barry Kay and Andrea M.L. Perrella 8 Quebec versus the Rest of Canada, 1965-2006 / Richard Nadeau and Eric Belanger 9 The Structural Bases of Canadian Party Preference: Evolution and Cross-National Comparison / Richard Johnston 10 The Valence Politics Model of Electoral Choice / Harold D. Clarke and Allan Kornberg 11 Voting Turnout in a System of Multi-Level Governance / Jon H. Pammett Part 3: Conclusion 12 The Future of the Canadian Election Studies / Antoine Bilodeau, Thomas J. Scotto, and Mebs Kanji Appendix: Four Decades of Publications Based on the Canadian Election Studies Index